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Recruitment and training in the Australian Public Service

Author: Michael Forshaw; Australia. Parliament. Senate. Finance and Public Administration References Committee.
Publisher: Canberra : The Committee, 2003.
Series: Senate report (Canberra, A.C.T.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : English
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The purpose of this inquiry was to examine whether current recruitment and training practices and policies in the Australian Public Service (APS) are adequate to meet the challenges the APS faces. Those challenges include: an ageing staff profile, with a significant proportion of the APS workforce expected to depart in the next few years; increased staff mobility, where employees expect to spend less time in  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Forshaw; Australia. Parliament. Senate. Finance and Public Administration References Committee.
ISBN: 0642713138 9780642713131
OCLC Number: 224058716
Notes: "Senate report"--Cover.
"September 2003."
Chair: Senator Michael Forshaw.
Description: xviii, 179 pages ; 25 cm
Details: System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader is required for pdf files on the Internet.
Contents: Introduction --
Executive summary --
Recommendations --
Ch. 1. Background: structural and organisational changes to the Australian Public Service --
Ch. 2. Recent trends and issues in APS recruitment --
Ch. 3. Recruitment of young people in the APS --
Ch. 4. Graduate recruitment in the APS --
Ch. 5. Indigenous recruitment in the APS --
Ch. 6. Devolution and the role of the APS Commission in APS recruitment --
Ch. 7. Training and identification of training needs --
Ch. 8. Trends in training expenditure --
Ch. 9. Accredited and articulated training --
Ch. 10. Evaluating APS training --
Ch. 11. Devolution and the role of the APS Commission in training.
Series Title: Senate report (Canberra, A.C.T.)
Responsibility: the Senate, Finance and Public Administration References Committee.
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Abstract:

The purpose of this inquiry was to examine whether current recruitment and training practices and policies in the Australian Public Service (APS) are adequate to meet the challenges the APS faces. Those challenges include: an ageing staff profile, with a significant proportion of the APS workforce expected to depart in the next few years; increased staff mobility, where employees expect to spend less time in individual agencies and in the APS generally; increased competition for skilled workers, with implications for the remuneration necessary to recruit and retain quality staff; erosion of the concept of a 'career service' and the attendant potential loss of corporate knowledge; lower recruitment and retention rates for young people, graduates and indigenous Australians; and growing demands from the workforce generally for more flexible work arrangements.

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